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BEEN FOUND -— MYSTERY OF MISSING RAILROAD MAN DEEPENS AS THE TIME OF SEARCH PASSES, Mountains are Searched and Every Part of the Country is Scoured Without Hint as to Peck’s Disappearance. Wvery day added to the unavailing search for, some word of B. A. Peck who disappeared from his hotel iii this city nine days ago today, is add ing to the mystery of the situation. Peck was the general superintend ent of the Cotton Belt railroad, and one of the best known railroad’ men In the state. Large in statue and thereby easily observed anywhere, there has never been a hint of his presence at any place from the time he was last seen in his hotel on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 12. Leo Peel#, the son of the missing man. is still co-operating with local . detectives and police’ in the search for something that will help unravel (he mystery, hut nothing had been i found last night. •f when the first search was taken ' up It was believed Peck would show >. up soon unless harm had come to him. When he did not show up a search was made for the. body, and that was not found. Then a genuine search over hills and In valleys, al must all over the county, was made, and still there Is no clue. The police now believe that lie made his way out of the city, intend ing when so doing not to let his ab • sonce be know n. They see no other * guess to make on the matter, and certainly it is a guess to hazard any thing as to where he might he. The case Is one of the most unus ual that has ever happened here, for while there have been several disap peared. who later turned up, they re sided far away and were usually on their way home, while Mr. Peek re sides tu Pine Bluff, and could have gone there in a few hours after leav ing this city. The fact that he is a member of the Masonic organizations extending to the state, lias caused the search to extend far and wide, and from no point has there ever been received a i-alisfartory clue as to ids probable presence. CITIZENS’ LEAGUE. There will lie a meeting of the Citizens’ League tills (Friday) even ing, tint the regular meeting will be held one week later. GILBERT HOUABOOM, President MASONIC NOTICE. A stated communication of Hot Springs Lodge, No. 02, F & A M . will lie held this evening at ~:'Mt o’clock. All members are requested to lie present and visiting brethren «cordially Invited. WM. BORMAN, W. M. ALLEN HOTCHKISS, Sec One hundred dozen Hot Cross Liu-ns at Phillips Bakery, for you today. ■aaaHBBHBHMBmBBSS^B==B=sa . .-.- - MISS EDITH GRACIE Mis* Edith Grade Is the beautiful daughter of Col. and Mrs. Archibald Grade. Her debut was followed closely by the sudden death of her father. NEW YORK COTTON. New Yolk. March A). The final report of the census bureau on gin tug for tile season wau published at the opening of the cot: jji market this morning hut seenie 1 to create very little fresh Interest ami trad ing was generally quiet with the close steady at a net decline of ?, to 7 points. The market opened steady at an ! advance of 1 to I! points in response to relatively steady cables, hut t‘.e prices almost immediately began to sag off under realising ;or over the holidays. No important pressure de veloped. but offerings became a lit fle (heavier during the middle of the day following reports from Memphis that spots were offering a little more freely and prices at one lime showed a net loss of from 5 to 8 points. The government's 's^matu of the crop last December called for 13.-S20, bun hales of 500 pounds gross weight excluding linters and todays census report showed a growth excluding linters of about 13,47t.ObO runtiitif hales. <ci* vii All three of the '»!; contract mark ets will he closed from to.iav gnti Monday morning. PLAN SPRING BALL. Manager Osborn of the Eastman hotel, is so elated over tlio great suc cess scored by the baseball Wednes day nlgtht that he has arranged an other brand new feature. It is t.io spring hall and goes on the social calendar for next Wednesday night. Try a Classified ad.—It pays. REMOVE WOMEN AND CHILDREN THEY ARE BEING RUSHED FROM CANANEA SONORO TO THE AMERICAN BORDER. — Several Hundred Yaquis, Led By Gen. Obregon, are Reported Marching on the Town and Battle is Feared. Douglas, Arts., March 20.—Ameri can women and children from the mining settlement at Cananea Sonora are being rushed to the border tonight in automobiles. Several hundred Ya quis, led by Gen. Obregon, chief of the insurgent state troops, are report ed inarching on the town, garrisoned by three hundred and fifty federals. Col. Moreno, federal commander at Cananea, expects Geu. Obregon's at tack in the morning. The advance of Gen. Obregon on Cananea is a deviation from his an nounced plan of an immediate attack on Naco and the bottled-up force of Federals there under Gen, Ojeda. The Yaquis are now advancing on Can unea, compose the force previously ordered to Naco. Gen. Obregon, fol lowing them took command and turn ed the attack on t'ananea, presumably to prevent the Cananet garrison from succoring Ojeda. The Yaquis are moving on Hie brail b line of the Southern Pacific of Mexico, which runs from Nogales, southeast to Cananea and north again to Naco. Antonio Rojas, a Chihuahua state rebel general, with 150 men is report ed to have looted Montezuma, Sonora, utter Amerieun residents bad lied. MAKES HAIR GROW. Parisian Sage an Invigorator That Makes Hair Grow Abundantly or Money Back. if your hair is thinning out grad ually it. won’t, ho long before the bald &|H)t appears. The time to take care of the (hair is when you have hair to take care of. For thin falling hair the best rem edy known to mankind is Parisian Sage. It is compounded on scien tific principles and furnishes to the hair root a nourishment, that flet quickly and promptly and causes the hair to grow. But remember this: It kills the dan druff germ, the pest that appropriates all the natural nourishment t.ha( should go to tllie hair root. Parisian Sage is sold by Sorrell's l>riig Co., and the Southern Pharm acy under a positive guarantee to banish dandruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp in two weekB or money back. It gives to women’s hair a lustre and radiaricc that is most fascinating and causes it to grow abundantly. Parisian Sage is sold by druggists in ’every town in America. A large, generous bottle costs BO cents, and the girt with Auburn hair is on ev ery bottle. Mr. and Mrs. X. T. Folwell of New York, joined the Arlington's Eastern colony yesterday. They plan mak ing an extended visit. Natures Own Catarrh Remedy Balsamic Air That Heals Sore Mem brane, Destroys Germs and Stops Morning Hawkinj and Snuffies. fnoot.i'8 HYOMBI, the world ; greatest catarrh remedy cornea from ithe giant eucalyptus trees of inland Australia. People who live there nev er have catarrh or consumption, be cause dhe air they breathe is filled HYOMEI DESTROYS . GERMS ! with the healing, germ destroying balsams these trees throw off. 1+ight in your own home you ean secure the benefit, of the same antiseptic air by breathing HYOM13I. You can carry the infliuler in your pocket ini'il breathe HYOMIil anywhere and cure catarrh, coughs and colds. Complete Hyoinei outfit $1.00. Ex tra bottles if needed later 50 cents at druggists everywhere. Sorrell’s Drug Co., and Jackson's Pharmacy, special agents. The Colored Knights f Pythias —AT THE— Auditorium Theatre Friday, March 21st Will present the great Grecco-Roman P*ay of , . J 4 • ■ 1 Damon AND Pythias Gorgeous costumes, all new. 40 PLAYERS IN THE CAST—40. The greatest colored actors in the Sop'll. Trained hy a masters hand. Tickets on Sale at KEMPNERS’. Admission 75 and 50c Kodak Finishing —AT— Watson’s Cigar Store 870 Central Avenue. Opposite Palace Bath House SANITATION AND CLEANLINESS Are the most important features to consider in selecting your Bath House THE MAURICE is (he most complete sanitary bathing establishment in the world, and embodies the latest scientific ideas in sanitation and hygiene without sacrilieir j* the condor*» and conveniences of a luxurious bath. The Maurice offers you these distinctive features not found in any other Bath House : 250 large, roomy enamel steel dressing rooms for men and 50 for women. Separate elevators, insuring abso lute privacy. No carpets, drapery or upholstered furniture used. All furniture is white enameled steel. 75 private rest rooms ^^nished with a comfortable couch where one can have all the privacy and comforts of a home. A KLAL SI >N I ARLOR. I tie sun’s glare through the massive glass dome is subdued by amber glass panels overheard, the walls of Lean Stone, the floor of red Scotch tile. The soft amber glow is very ben an5 those suffering from nervous troubles. The bath tubs arc of solid porcelain, made espec ially for the Maurice, being of extra large size. Every Bath Room has Individual vapor, shower and douche, giving you all ihc requisites of the hath lu the privacy of the hath room. After your hath you retire to a bath* trig lounge, a room 40x40 feet, where the air la dry, fresh and clean. It is a scien tific fact that germs will live and travel in mokit iiIr Indlflnltely while in dry Hlr they will not, consequently the Maurice has supplied a bathing lounge entirely separate from the hath room, following the Kuropean eusloin In this feature and you aro not Inhaling the exhalations of hundreds -if sick patients taking baths as Is the case where you bathe and sweat In the xamo room. The samo Idea Is car ried out In our hot room, the air being dry. and clean and changed every ten minutes. Adjoining the bn thing lounge la a com plete hydro-thcrupy department. “T Kxrrrl.'O I© aim an Important factor In i your cure. We have l»o large gymnasi ums, ONE FOR MEN AND ONE FOR WOMEN. Young Ilackcnsmlill, lightweight champion wrestler of tJio world, physical ctillurc instructions. The ventilating system I© of (hr most modern typo. The air being filtered and warmed before using, dm cubic feet per minute Insures a complete ehange of air In every deimrtmnul every Iti minutes. A vacuum cleaning system does away with all dust and dirt. All walls are Willie llle or marble. All ceilings white porcelain finish. (Sanitary towels, liquid Reap, CUB©, etc., Used exclusively, < omplete 1UUH<nge and eleelrlu depart* meida, with electric light cabinet*. Hltx and Nauheim liatlis. Manicure, hair dressing, facial massage, Chiropody and mercurial rubbing deimrt men# in charge of skilled .opeiatora. All ttie equipment of the above rtepart ments is of ttie latest sanitary descrip tion. M The Maurice is the fountain head using the on tire How of the Maurice Spring, which is located only a few feet from the house. You have traveled from afar to get the benefits of those great healing springs, and you should have the benefit of the very best sanitary baths, surrounded by every safeguard for your health. THE MAURICE gives you this and the price is no higher than other first class houses. $13.00 The Course, With Attendant’s Service Included. See the Maurice Before You BuyvA Bath Ticket Maurice Bath Company W. G. MAURICE, Pres. HARRY H. BELL, Manager PARK HOTEL _ _ AND —>■ BATH PALACE OPEN JANUARY TO JUNE EXCLUSIVELY EUROPEAN PLAN Regular and modified A La Carte Service Magnificent “Semi Private” Cafes and Grills Most conveniently located of any hotel In the city to the new Golf and Country Club Our own Auto service. The ground floor of the BATH PALACE (entrance from Malvern Avenue) Is open to the public. The upper floor being reserved for guests of the hotel. GRAND CASINO equipment with regulation Bowling Alleys, Billiard and Pool Tablea, Shuffle Board Tables, and the new game "Tamats ukl”. The public invited. DUNCAN CAMPBELL, — J. R. HAYES, Office Manager Mountain Valley Mineral Springs Water “KING OF MINERAL WATERS '* WA» AWARDED FIR8T PREMIUM AT THE ARKANSAS STATE FAIR 190*, 1*10, 1*11. It Is Radio-Active. It Is Deliciously Palatable UNSURPASSED FOR GENERAL TABLE USE. BEST DIURETIC KNOWN in Treatment of KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES. One-Half Gallon Delivered to Your Room Daily for $1.25 Per Week. RATES—AT HOTEL, MOUNTAIN VALLEY $12.50 PER WEEK AND UP J Office and Drinking Pavilion First Floor Southern Club Building, Opp. Arlington Hotel. Our friends are invited to make our Pavilion their Headquarters during their stay in the Springs. CITY OFFICE PHONE—408 HOTEL PHONE—IS* POTASUL The Original POTASH SVLPHVR WATER Of Hot Springs, Arkansas The Ideal Water for the Stomach, Liver, Bladder and Kidneys. The Only Water in Hot Springs that has LatatiOe Properties and that is a Positive solvent of Uric Acid. All bottles are sterilized and sealed at the springs—We are the only water company in Hot Springs using up-to-date sanitary methods for bottling and delivering water. Prescribed by all Leading Physicians Potash Sulphur Springs Look for the Bottle With the Sanitary Crowne, and the Little Box attached, Containing New Extra Cork (Inc.) 334 Central Avenue PHONE 2101 We don’t use patent rubber stoppers, because they are dangerous, and are being condemned by the Boards of Health in almost every City ; AT LIBEHTY. Male c ' CALL PHONE 989 Or Write 133 Chapel Street. : C. N. ANDERSON General Blacksmithing Buggy and Carriage Work a Specialty, Automobile Forging* or Anything In the Blackemlth Lin*. 212 Hawthorn* Street. PHONE 1700 Security Bank HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS, TRUST AN0 GUARANTY COMPANY. A Roll of Honor Bank SUILT TO WITHSTAND THI STORM Capital SM.ooo.oo Surplus H2S.000.00 H98 7-IS-lf THREE-DAY DRINK REMEDY DRINKING MEN MIS* OPPORTUNITIES EVERY DAY GET RID OF THE HABIT. V THE DRUG HABIT RELIEVED IN SEVEN OATS No Gradual Reduction. No Pain. No IITfodrrale*. 1 Ry Pier's Method. Old) Smtltarlum In Arkfinnan Giving linenndllloaal G«ar ■■le*. Not on* dollar need be paid until satisfaction ha* bean effected. Medically Indorsed. EMPLOYED IN HOT SPRINGS ONLY AT OR. PACE’S SANITARIUM Phone IIM-SIS. 431 Spring SI.. HOT SPRINGS. ARK. M. D., Mrdlral Dlrrrtar. OFFH'E. rt.tt'., 4:BNTRAL AVB. Southern Bowling Alleys DUGAN-STUART BLOG. Opposite Arlington Hotel. Four Regulation Alleys. Billiard Table*. More pleasure can be 4' rired from a game of ten "jts than from ainy olhcr sport. It sends ‘Indi'sesMon and poor circulation to the "four wind".’’ ROBT. McROBtRTS, Prop.